A few basic system components are frequently used to mitigate or suppress electromagnetic interference (EMI) in devices. As engineers and technicians involved in compliance engineering, it is important to know what these components are, what they do, how they’re most effective, and when they’re ineffective.
A new ink created by KAUST engineers promises to provide users with added conductivity and transparency tradeoff.
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Researchers from multiple institutions have worked together to create a new way to scale MXene films that is both efficient and scalable.
Engineers from NASA and the ESA are beginning testing of electromagnetic interference for Orion, the next spacecraft poised to carry humans into space.
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The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has issued a warning to a North Dakota automobile dealer regarding electromagnetic interference generated by the dealership’s lighting systems.
A new device can help airlines detect and locate rogue electromagnetic interference.
On July 21, Apple Inc., Cupertino, California, filed a patent application with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for "hybrid acoustic EMI foam for use in a personal computer" under application number 20160216892.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) could benefit from a good EMC engineer. The Wallstreet Journal reports that many sensors in the EPA’s national radiation monitoring system are out of commission because... Read More...